Wanted: strong individual citizen involvement to hold government accountable.
Writing in the AJC, Benita Dodd seeks more protection for citizens in civil asset forfeiture.
It's time to redouble reform efforts in civil asset forfeiture.
Crime and incarceration rates are falling in Georgia and other reform states.
Civil asset forfeiture should be returned to its original purpose: penalizing those who seek to profit from their illegal activities
Where did the General Assembly win and fall short?
Article highlights Foundation's leadership on criminal justice reform in Georgia.
Fewer steps between manufacturer and consumer mean a lower consumer price.
Promising action on the legislative front.
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Which American states are the most free?
Seizing the property of individuals who have not been convicted, let alone indicted, is a travesty of justice
Georgia has reason to celebrate success in adult criminal and juvenile justice reforms.
Early criminal justice reform outcomes: Georgia juvenile detention sentences were down an astonishing 62 percent during a nine-month period that ended in June. By Foundation Editor Mike Klein
"Every year, the Forum is a unique opportunity to bring innovative ideas directly to Georgia leaders."
It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to diagnose that the chief problem for the federal government is a lack of prioritization
Georgia already has its sights set on the next strategy after completion of the Savannah River Harbor Project. By Foundation Editor Mike Klein.
Georgia has published its foster care privatization pilot project request for proposals. By Foundation Editor Mike Klein